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Testing removal summary 2021-12-15 (Wednesday)



The following source package(s) have been removed from testing:

  REMOVED: libmdsp 0.11-10
    Package not in unstable

  REMOVED: perdition 2.2-3.1
    <https://release.debian.org/britney/hints/auto-removals>
    Bug #999659: perdition: failed to install, failed to uninstall (error in initscript)

  REMOVED: python-slip 0.6.5-3
    Package not in unstable

  REMOVED: vdr-plugin-weather 0.2.1e-70
    Package not in unstable

  REMOVED: xfstt 1.11-2
    Package not in unstable

The following package(s) appear to have valid removal hints,
but are still in testing for some reason:

  HINTED FOR REMOVAL: elpa 2019.11.001-4
    <https://release.debian.org/britney/hints/auto-removals>
    Bug #997227: elpa: FTBFS: ./build/conftest.F90:2: undefined reference to `dgemm_'

  HINTED FOR REMOVAL: etl 1.4.0-1
    <https://release.debian.org/britney/hints/auto-removals>
    # 984053,984355,984357

  HINTED FOR REMOVAL: python-cymruwhois 1.6-3.2
    <https://release.debian.org/britney/hints/auto-removals>
    Bug #997786: python-cymruwhois: FTBFS: There is a syntax error in your configuration file: invalid syntax (conf.py, line 176)

  HINTED FOR REMOVAL: synfig 1.4.0+dfsg-2.1
    <https://release.debian.org/britney/hints/auto-removals>
    # 984053,984355,984357 in etl

  HINTED FOR REMOVAL: synfigstudio 1.4.0+dfsg-1
    <https://release.debian.org/britney/hints/auto-removals>
    # 984053,984355,984357 in etl

The script that generates this mail tries to extract removal
reasons from comments in the britney hint files. Those comments
were not originally meant to be machine readable, so if the
reason for removing your package seems to be nonsense, it is
probably the reporting script that got confused. Please check the
actual hints file before you complain about meaningless removals.

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